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Do You Need A Social Media Break?

In Phenomenal

Do You Need A Social Media Break? Am I the only one who can get distracted by social media? I spoke to a friend of mine one day and she told me she was taking a social media break. She said that every time she logged onto social media she began to feel bad about herself. She began to feel like she wasn’t enough and that she wasn’t worthy. Her story really impacted me, because I too can get overwhelmed by social media. I’ve noticed that if my mind isn’t guarded in gratitude for what I have and for who…

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What I Learned From 2020 Part 2

In Inspiration, Phenomenal

I believe that it is important to find gratitude in all situations (even if it is hard).  Gratitude helps to shift your perspective and allows us to identify the lessons we need to learn and it puts us on the path towards joy. Therefore, I thought it was important to write down the lessons that I learned in 2020 that helped me find joy, grow as a woman and a mom, and push me to walk in purpose. In Part 1, I shared 5 of the 10 lessons that I learned in 2020. In this post, I share lessons 6-10. …

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One day as I was as reflecting back on the lessons I learned from Booker T. Washington, I realized just how many of those lessons I can apply to my single motherhood journey. In this post, I share the 6 biggest lessons that I learned.

6 Life Lessons I Learned From Booker T. Washington

In Faith

Have I ever told you that I love to read?  In fact, Up From Slavery by Booker T. Washington is one of my favorite books.  I first read it a number of years ago. I love the book so much that I’ve read it twice (both times pre-pregnancy and pre-motherhood) at different stages of my life. As background, Booker T. Washington was born a slave, yet he was the first leader of the Tuskegee Institute and under his leadership built the school. He also was an advisor to United States presidents and was an influential leader in the black community….

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Megan Motley of Goodness Gracious Cookies joins Aisha Taylor of the Phenomenal Moms Podcast to share how single moms can help their children pursue their dreams

How Single Moms Can Help Their Children Pursue Their Dreams

In Phenomenal Living

Are you a single mom who is wondering if your children can pursue their dreams? Do you think that as a single mom, you and your children are destined for a life of lack? Are you trying to figure out how you can balance motherhood and still help your children thrive? In this podcast episode, Megan Motley of Goodness Gracious Cookies joins me to discuss how she was able to help her daughter achieve her dream of traveling to Japan.  Plus, she even helped other single moms send their children to Japan as well!  Megan also shares her story of how…

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